Reading List

Reading List

Controversial books were meant to be read, not banned

Below is a list of non-fiction books, listed in no particular order, which I have personally found enlightening or informative. The below list can also be viewed as my ever expanding bibliography. And while I may not always agree with everything that is written in some of these books, I nonetheless feel that there is useful information and insight to be gained from reading them—even if only to better understand our enemies. Furthermore, I believe that no book should ever be deemed too controversial to be read and examined. Lastly, I believe that it is imperative for every man on the Alt-Right spectrum to be well read and well rounded in the books he chooses to read. For it is the truth, and our intellectual ability to intelligently relay the truth, which separates us from other ideologies. I will continue to add more books to this list as I go along.

Read Between The Lines.

Liberty And Tyranny by Mark Levin

The Way Of Men by Jack Donovan

The True Believer by Eric Hoffer

The Culture Of Critique by Kevin MacDonald

The Lucifer Effect by Philip Zimbardo

The Prince by Niccolò Machiavelli

Becoming A Barbarian by Jack Donovan

The Fate Of Empires by Arthur John Hubbard

The Evolutionary Psychology Behind Politics by Anonymous Conservative

Might Is Right by Ragnar Redbeard

The Professor In The Cage by Jonathan Gottschall

The Myth Of Male Power by Warren Farrell

The Road to Serfdom by F. A. Hayek

The Fall of Western Man by Mark Collett

Meditations By Marcus Aurelius

Objectivism: The Philosophy Of Ayn Rand by Leonard Peikoff

Man’s Fight For Existence by Corey Savage

The Death Of The West by Patrick J Buchanan

The American Militant Nationalist Manifesto by Sacco & Vanzetti Vandal


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